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Rocket rumbles give volcanic insights – FSGC funded project (BBC News)

  Rocket rumbles give volcanic insights By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent, New Orleans What do volcanoes and rockets have in common? "Volcanoes have a nozzle aimed at the sky, and rockets have a nozzle aimed at the ground," explains … [Read more]

Florida Polytechnic student working to improve lives for astronauts in space

Florida Polytechnic student working to improve lives for astronauts in space A Florida Polytechnic University student is working to reduce depression and anxiety amongst astronauts in space. Student designing sensors for astronaut spacesuits … [Read more]

Embry Riddle Aeronautical Univ. Students Researching New Planets and Ages of Stars

Embry Riddle Aeronautical Univ. Students Researching New Planets and Ages of Stars Patrice Majewski remembers her mom waking her up as a child at 3 a.m. to lie on the front lawn and watch meteor showers. Looking up to the skies in Palm Coast, Fla., … [Read more]

The Power Source of the Future: Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters – Univ. of Miami

The Power Source of the Future: Thermoelectric Energy Harvesters NASA’s Florida Space Grant Consortium (FSGC) awarded Celik scholarship money for two undergraduate students to investigate the additive manufacturing – more commonly known as 3-D printing … [Read more]

Despite setbacks, Florida International University students’ satellite destined for space

Despite setbacks, Florida International University students’ satellite destined for space A team of mechanical engineering students designed and created a satellite that won a NASA-sponsored competition, and as a result, will launch into space in about … [Read more]

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